‘Let’s go, Brandon!’ chants break out as Trump tees off at LIV tournament

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump was greeted by throngs of supporters as he teed off this past weekend at the Invitational LIV Golf Tournament in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Chants of “Let’s go, Brandon!” broke out in the crowd as President Trump looked on, raising his fists in support alongside conservative powerhouses like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle and Fox News’ Tucker Carlson.

Carlson was seen laughing as the crowd reiterated the anti-Biden chant. The phrase first went viral in 2021 following an interview with NASCAR driver Brandon Brown, when a journalist erroneously misinterpreted the phrase “F*** Joe Biden” as “Let’s go, Brandon!”

Conservative pundit Benny Johnson shared a video on Twitter that also showed the 45th president answering a question on the golf course regarding when he will announce whether he will run for president again in 2024.

“Ah, you’re gonna be so happy,” Trump replied, grinning.

According to the Washington Examiner, the winner of the tournament was Henrik Stenson, who walked away with $4 million in prize money, in addition to coming in second in a team competition that netted another $375,000.

Trump had previously indicated his excitement to attend the golf tournament last week in a statement shared to Truth Social. “Just arrived in Bedminster for the big LIV Tour Golf Tournament,” he said. “Record money to winners, great excitement. Come on out on Friday, Saturday or Sunday to watch the great play by the best players!”

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